Rome Wheelchair Accessible Hotels
More so than in other European cities, disabled travelers to Rome need choose their accessible hotel based on their individual accessibility needs. Some Rome neighborhoods are best for manual wheelchair users, and others are best for electric wheelchair users and mobility scooter users.
The disabled travel experts at Sage Traveling have personally visited more than 20 Rome Accessible Hotels to provide our clients with the very best Rome accessible travel experience.
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Central Rome (within walking/rolling distance to Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, and Pantheon)
The best hotel area for electric wheelchair users and mobility scooter users is to stay in the very center of Rome. There are few accessible public transportation options in Rome, and staying in Central Rome will allow disabled visitors to roll to nearly all of the tourist sites without paying for an expensive Rome wheelchair taxi. The Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, and the Spanish Steps are all found in this neighborhood. The Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Vatican are within walking/rolling distance.
Largest accessible rooms
This luxury hotel is the most centrally-located 5 star accessible hotel in Rome. It is located in the Pantheon neighborhood, in between the Piazza Navona and the Vatican. Nearby you’ll find the Campo de’ Fiori (0.4 miles, 600 meters) and Piazza Navona (0.5 miles, 750 meters) which have numerous outdoor accessible cafés. The handicapped room is a large deluxe room with a roll-in shower. It has a spa/wellness centre, Turkish bath, gym, and sauna.
The Trevi Fountain is only 1 block away from this 4 star hotel, and the Spanish Steps are only a few blocks away. This hotel has 2 rooms with roll-in showers and portable stools to sit on. The entrance is wheelchair friendly, and there is an elevator wide enough for a wheelchair to reach the guest rooms.A wheelchair accessible bus tour stop that connects most of the tourist attractions in Rome is also a block away. Electric wheelchair users who can not transfer into normal taxis will find this wheelchair accessible hotelparticularly beneficial because the accessible bus tour is one of the most affordable and accessible transportation options.
The charming neighborhood that this hotel is located in makes for a great Rome accessible vacation experience. It has many cobblestones and power wheelchair users and mobility scooter users will have an easier time than manual wheelchair users. The hotel has 4 disabled double rooms, 1 disabled triple room, and 1 disabled single room. The wheelchair accessible restaurants in Campo de’ Fiori are only 650 meters (1/3 mile) away from this hotel.
This 4 star hotel with roll-in showers is only 2 blocks away from the Circus Maximus, and the front door looks out at the Palatine Hill. The roll-in shower has a hand-held shower and a chair attached to the wall. The disabled toilet has grab bars on both sides of the toilet. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served in the dining room or in a charming garden.
This accessible hotel is located in the center of Rome and is only 800 meters (0.5 miles) down the flat Via del Teatro Marcello street from the Piazza Venezia and Victor Emanuel Monument. Some of our wheelchair accessible Rome walking tours meet there. The rooftop bar and restaurant at this hotel looks out over the city and provides one of the best views of any of the Rome disabled hotels. The accessible rooms have grab bars in the roll-in showers and next to the toilets.
Near the Vatican
These hotels are located in one of the best areas for Rome disabled visitors to stay. Manual wheelchair users will particularly enjoy staying in these hotels, because the entire area is flat and there are very few cobblestones. There are numerous accessible shops and restaurants within walking distance of these hotels.
This wheelchair accessible hotel is located in one of the most wheelchair friendly neighborhoods in Rome. The accessible shopping on Via del Courso and the accessible shopping on Via Cola di Rienzo are both within walking distance of the hotel. The accessibility at this hotel is excellent, and I give it our highest 5 Star Sage Accessibility Rating. The roll-in shower has grab bars and so does the toilet. The entrance has a wheelchair lift and the doorman can activate it for you.
Flat and no cobblestones
This hotel is one of our top recommendations for wheelchair accessible hotels in Rome. It has 4 spacious accessible rooms including a sitting area and a wheelchair accessible bathroom with a roll-in shower. It is located on a flat street with wide, smooth sidewalks and nearby accessible shopping. The Vatican is only 0.9 miles (1.4 km) away from this accessible hotel. The meeting spot for the disabled Vatican guided tour is 1 km away from the hotel.
Near the Colosseum
This neighborhood is one of our favorite accessible hotel neighborhoods in Rome. There are numerous accessible restaurants and, although it’s near the Colosseum, there are no tourist crowds. Wheelchair accessible Rome bus lines pass through this neighborhood and can take you to the Victor Emanuelle II monument where you can transfer to other accessible bus lines that will take you all over Rome
Great for families!
These Rome apartments provide an excellent option for families visiting Rome. A full kitchen with stove, oven, refrigerator, microwave, and dishwasher allows travelers to save money on meals. There are several restaurants with outdoor accessible seating in the neighborhood across the street. Three bedrooms can sleep at least 6 people, and the Coliseum is only 650 meters (1/3 mile) away.
“Thanks so much for allowing us to stay in your beautiful apartment during our vacation to Rome. We had a wonderful time and made so many memories that will last a lifetime. I look forward to working with you again in the future if we plan another trip to Rome for a visit.” – Laurie & Richard, manual wheelchair user from Kansas, USA
Best accessibility features
This hotel is one of our top recommended wheelchair accessible hotels in Rome because of its location in a charming, quiet neighborhood with numerous accessible outdoor cafés. Although it is near the tourist attractions, it has very few tourists. It is located near the Coliseum (400 meters, 0.25 miles away) and has 3 disabled hotel rooms with roll-in showers. There are grab bars next to the toilet and the roll-in shower.
This hotel has a swimming pool on the roof which makes it an attractive option for families traveling with kids. It also has a parking garage making it a good option for disabled travelers who are driving. The street connecting it to the Colosseum is flat with smooth sidewalks making for an easy journey. It is located only 400 meters (0.25 miles) away from the Colosseum. This handicapped accessible hotel has 160 hotel rooms, two of which are handicapped rooms with roll-in showers.
This hotel is one of the most inexpensive, most centrally-located Rome roll-in shower hotels. Although the accessibility features in the hotel bathroom leave something to be desired, the affordability and location of this accessible hotel near the Roman Forum make it a good option for many disabled travelers. The roll-in shower is smaller than in other hotels and there are no grab bars. The hotel is located 2 blocks from the accessible entrance to the Roman Forum.
On Via Vittorio Veneto
Via Veneto is home to some of the most luxurious shops and hotels in Rome. It slopes down to the south so manual wheelchair users should roll downhill in the morning and take a taxi home in the evening. It is within walking/rolling distance of the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain.
Most luxurious accessible rooms
The décor and amenities in this disabled hotel are quite luxurious and make for a great option for disabled visitors to Rome looking for something special. The Grand Deluxe wheelchair accessible room is one of the nicest that you’ll find anywhere in Rome. This disabled hotel is located between the Spanish Steps and the Termini train station. The closest tourist attractions are the Borghese Gallery (0.6 miles,1.0 km away), the Spanish Steps (0.4 miles, 700 meters), and the Trevi Fountain (0.7 miles, 1.1 km away). There are 6 disabled hotel rooms with roll-in showers in this hotel.
This Rome hotel is located on the sloping Via Vittorio Veneto and has 1 disabled hotel room. The disabled room has a roll-in shower with a seat attached to the wall. The showerhead is handheld and there is a grab bar on the right side of the shower. The toilet has grab bars on both sides of it.
Near Rome Termini Train Station
Like any European city, Rome has numerous hotels near its train station. Some of these hotels are located within 3 blocks of the station, and others are north of the Baths of Diocletian. The nearby Piazza Repubblica and the Via Nazionale that it connects to have numerous accessible shopping options.
This Rome wheelchair accessible hotel is the closest accessible hotel to the Termini Station. We put many clients here the night before they fly out of Rome, especially the ones taking the train in from Venice after spending a week or two in Italy. The train station is only two blocks away, and the neighborhood around this hotel is flat with paved streets and sidewalks. Disabled travelers can get from the train station to this hotel without the need of an accessible bus or Rome wheelchair taxi. The 5 accessible rooms in this hotel have roll-in showers and plenty of space for a wheelchair user to navigate. There is a grab bar next to the toilet and another grab bar in the roll-in shower.
Of all the Rome wheelchair accessible 4 star hotels that we visited, this is reminds us the most of an old palace. There’s a reason for it….before it was a 4 star hotel it was originally a palace that was built 140 years ago. It is located near the Piazza Repubblica on the famous Via Nazionale which has excellent shopping. It is only 600 meters (0.4 miles) from the Termini train station. The luxurious 209 hotel rooms surround a beautiful garden, and the hotel has 3 restaurants where guests can dine. The disabled rooms have bathroom doors wide enough for a wheelchair and bathtubs.
This disabled triple hotel room is located in the neighborhood located North of Termini Station (1.2 km) and the Baths of Diocletian (600 meters). The hotel has 29 rooms and 1 of them is wheelchair accessible. The roll-in shower is a little small and the décor is not as nice as some other nearby accessible hotels. It does sleep 3 people which may be attractive to some groups of travelers. The neighborhood that the hotel is located in is flat with few cobblestones.
This accessible hotel has a modern décor and 9 disabled rooms with roll-in showers.It is located only 500 meters from the Rome train station and only 2 blocks away from the accessible shopping on Via Nazionale.The neighborhood surrounding the hotel has no hills and no cobblestones.The sidewalks are wide and smooth.The entrance to the hotel is flat and there are elevators to get up to the disabled rooms.The biggest challenge that disabled guests will encounter in this hotel is the steep ramp into the breakfast area.
“Rome was our first stop and the hotel you recommended was the best of all the hotels we stayed in. The bathroom was fabulous. It looks newly remodeled and David really liked it. They included self-serve breakfast tasty and ample. The location was right in the heart of everything” – Catherine and David, Israel.
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